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SHIPPING.

Moon's Age: New Moon, March 22, 7.41 a.m. Sunset: This evening, 6.7. Sunrise: To-morrow- morning, 5.54. HIGH WATER* ..;•••"

. Auckland: This afternoon, 2.45; to-morr row morning, 3.21.

Onehunga. To-morrow morning, 7.6; tomorrow evening, 7.41.

■Manukan Heafls:. Torinorrow morning, 5.46; to-morrow eTening, 6.21. Kaipara Heads: To-morrow morning, T.ll; to-morro-w -evening, 7.461 ARRIVALS. TBSTEBDAY. May HowaTd, &,s,s., Thomas Jones, from .Whanga-rei.—Master, agent. Dandy, scow, R, McKlnlay, from -Wha-. ngapoua.—'Kauri Tim-ber Company, .agents. Ngapuhi, 6.8., C. W. Cummings, from Whangarei. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Le Clerc. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. IL-ove, Mi3ses Love (2), White, Spedding, Elliott and child, Wilkinson', <HorhTman, Harden, Hooper, Hall, "Harvey, McGregor, Mesdames i&n*cMsan, ' Moylanr,- McGregor, Chllderhouse, Good, -Messrs. Chlsholm, Ras.trick, Hall, Hutchison, Smith,. White, BeCd, Broadbent, Bonlt, Davidson, McGregor, "the Eight 'Rev. Bishop Nellgair, the Rev.- Father Kehoe. the Rev. Father Lynch, and seven steerage.—Nortihem Co.-, agents. THIS DAT. Clansman, s.s., E. MeLeod. from Russell. Passengers: Mesdames W. Nisbet, Foster and boy, Patterson,' Misses Nisbet, Miller, Messrs Barling," FlaveU, W. Heath, Poster, Patterson, H. Crook, Arlldge, Bull, Capt. C. A. Young, Rev. Laieward, and 6 6teerage.—Northern Co., agents. DEPARTURES. YESTERDAY. Endeavour, J. Qirlhn, for Whangarei. Hero, scow, Francis, for Ngungura. Talisman, scow, A Sanderson, for Wharngarei. ... Manuka, s.s., 4505, J. W. Newwm, for Hobart and Melbourne, via East Coast and Southern parts. • • THIS DAY. Tymeric, s.s.. 3314, R. Mcllwaine, for -Sydney. ------ — »■■ - - Indravelli, .s-s-, 55G5,. Home, for Tancouver. Maltal, 6.5., 5393, Dawson,'forFlJl.. Passengers: Mis3es Moore (2). .Garnett. V. Small, N. -Coward, Mesdames Riley, A. B. Trites, M. A. Moore, H. A. Moore, Garnett, B Fenwlck, Bain, Dyison and Infant, Messrs J. McKenzie. C B. Matthews, H. H. Pltinßn, J. C. Lnsch, T. Thomson, J. Leckie, -C. E. Maudaley, A. B. Trttes, M. A. Moore, H. A. Moore..R. Penwick, Bain, •Burness, Lowe, Aimer, McVltle (2), H. Weaver, D. Jones, Teer.- R. A. Johnston, Thomson, Scott, Eadie", Capt. Austen, Hon. Dyson, Dr. Riley, and 40 steerage., NORTHERN S-'S. CO.'S MOV^EENTS. To-day — Clansman leaves for BubKell, Opna, Wfcangaroa, nnd Mangonui at 5 p.m.: Waiotahi leaves for Great Barrier at midnight; Ngapuhi leaves, for Whangarei ,-ct S p-m.: KnTi'prt airives from Whangarei .about midnight, HUDDART PARKER CO.'S MOVEMENTS. Sunday: Wimmera arrives from Bouth; Victoria arrives from Sydney. Monday: Wimmera sails for Sydney at 5.50 p.m. - -Tuesday: Victoria sails for South at d p.m. UNION CO.'S MOVEMENTS. EAST COAST. Wednesday: Flora arrives from East Coast Baysf Mai'tal sails for Suva and Lav- ' toks at 3 p.m. - - • - " Th-ursday: Squall arrives from Gisborne and Tolago Bay; Waikare arrives from Southern ports. ' »- Saturday: Waikare sails .for soquiern ports at noon; Squaß sails for Tojago Bay and Gisborne, at 12 noon; Flora sails for East Coast bays; 3 p.m. -WEST CO-AST. Friday: Takapuna arrives from New. Plymouth and sails- for "New Plymouth and Wellington at 3 p.m. (train 2.10 p.m.). Saturday; Corlnna arrives from southern ports.

EXPECTED ARRIVALS. Victoria, BA, from Sydney; ■due Sunday. Indraghlri, s.e-> from £onctou* via Australia; to sail February 25 ■.*•-_._. Kaipara, s.s.. from London; to sail alarch 4; due ebont April 23 Kia Ora, sjS., from Liverpool; sailed February 23; due early in April ' Rio. barquenHne/flomjgydirey; sailed February 23 - Daniel, barque, from Newcastle; sailed February 28 ■'■•*»_. James Craig, barque, from Melbourne due Whakarna, s.s., from New York, via Australia, sailed January 30; due about " - April -«--•«•-- --.>«.- SlasDona, s.s., from. New York: via Australia; sailed-an* •!? due early 2<itberglen, s.s., from New York, via Aus- *"" 'Safletf-Jair: 29;^<JHe-Marcn-So,_ Bawke's Baj, s.s., rrbin'Glasgow-and Liverpool; left" Liverpool January 24th; due aboat March 20 Kiwaru, s.s., from London, via Australia; " sailed "Feb.' 9;" d'tfe 'April' T- • J Indralema. s.s.. from Loudon, via Melbourne and Sydney; sailed Jan. 29; due about March 29 Langton Grange, b.s., from Liverpool, s/lied Feb. 8; due about April 10' Ti/komuru, s.s., from London; sailed February 16th; "due March 31st. Bucranla, s.s., from New York, via Australian ports; sailed February 11 Handa Isle, harquentine, from Bydney; sailed Feb. 9 Saraa, s-s., from Sydney, Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga; due March 23. ■ Nalrcshire, b.b., from Liverpool,--via Australian ports;, sailed March 7th; due end of April. .Wimbledon, s.s., from New York, rls. Australian ports; sailed February 21st; due about end of April Walkure, s.s.. from New York; to sail early la April, PROJECTED DWPARTURES. FOB. FRIENDLY ISLANDS— Ysabel, schooner, March 28 - FOR NIUE— Kereru, schooner, March 25 FOR SYDNEY— Wimmera, s.s., Monday FOR LONDON— Cape Breton, s.s., March 20 FOR VASCOUVEE.— Indaravelli, s.s., to-day VESSELS IN PORT. ■"- . ladrivelll, s.s., at Queen-street Wharf. Carricciola, barque, in stream iris, U.Mic.e., lc< stream, ''s.-ihel, sen., in stream Lafra barque, at Hobson-st wharf Tymerlc, s.s., at Queen-street Wharf. The s.s. Tymeric sailed for Sydney this morning. The s.s. Indravelli left for Vancouver this morning. This afternoon the s.s. Malta! sailed for jnji. A further alteration has been made in connection with tha Union Co.'s Auckland. Sydney time-table. The -turbine steamer iiaiiej-.o will now take up the Manuka's running in place of the Moana, which vessel has been divarted to the Wellington, Bluff, and Australian running. The Maiieco is to leave Sydney for Anckland on April 7.

The following passengers left by the •MJaitai to-day to <oin the R.M.S. Aorangi, which leaves Suva on Tuesday next fot Honolulu and - Vancouver:—Dr and Mrs RUey. Mr and Sirs A. B. Trttes. Mr and Mrs M. A. Moon, Mr and Mrs H. A. Moore Wr and Mrs Bain, Mrs Garnett, Misses Garcatt, Moore Cj, Leclde (2), Messrs H. H. Pii_SS6. _ _ T>. Jones, B. A. fohnstoo, Thompson. SSotC Eddie. Lnscli . Leckle, McVltle. (2), and 25 steerage. r ?

•PORT Oi" ONEHUNGA. A-ERIVALfi... . . nod 2C»-=rts±*i-— 00-. •£,»% [D'*nnii|; m Q"»W*l'JW W 'IBM"' fSttritgr. SUctes7. CxirsK, «i -ijiTMi- M««a«jtK. this • i bi_W a v 1;. TakiTao*. «-*-. Cg-fr.-?*. tOta% '35—t- -fCmem *Ttjr-•mo-'ith.. ■" " ' pTi, £om I'M «rft -jorl To,, gr,«*

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SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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